piece of apparatus

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It was a sturdy piece of apparatus, and it had acquired a kind of documentary value in these quick-changing times; it was now nearly eight years old.
Hamish had personal-best scores on the horizontal bar and rings and team-mate Joe scored 14-plus on every piece of apparatus, while Joshua had all six scores count towards the team total of 330.
Part 4 one piece of apparatus to heat the toolholder.
It is the first time since the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester that England have won team gold and the men did so with one man down after Oldham suffered what was understood to be a dislocated ankle on the first piece of apparatus on day two.
The Olympic silver medallist produced a clean routine which kept his country on course for the top spot on the podium, with Nile Wilson (pictured right), Kristian Thomas and Max Whitlock all keeping their nerves in check on the last piece of apparatus, the high bar, to secure gold.
e ten-year-old made it through to the nals on all pieces of apparatus and competed in the nals where she was awarded the highest marks on each piece of apparatus.
40 (the best four scores on each piece of apparatus count) - 10 points ahead of Leeds and Sheffield.
The British team placed first on every piece of apparatus to record a score of 162.
Fed by hundreds of tons of celluloid, paper, paints and cardboard, a fire that defied every piece of apparatus in the Worcester fire department, destroyed the plant of the George C.
She qualified best and has difficulty to add, but the beam is an incredibly cruel piece of apparatus and consequently 11-8 is short, especially as Catalina Ponor is capable of beating her if she nails her routine as in the team all-around.
With three gymnasts competing on each piece of apparatus and all of the scores counting towards the overall total, there was no margin for error.